Women's Soccer Team Moves To 4-0-0

Women's Soccer Team Moves To 4-0-0

University of the Ozarks 3, Williams Baptist College 1
Friday, Sept. 8, 2017
Clarksville, Ark. | Hurie Soccer Field

The Eagles remain unbeaten on the season at 4-0-0 and tied the best start in program history in the process. The last team to start with four consecutive wins was the 1998 team. Ozarks had to overcome an early 1-0 deficit against Williams Baptist, answering with two goals in the first half. Brittanie Gragg scored in the 16th minute to even the match and Chloe Peacock scored what would become the game-winner just before halftime. Gragg notched another goal in the 79th minute. Gragg now has 20 career goals, tied for third-most in program history.

WILLIAMS BAPTIST - Maria Ramirez (Madeline Mead) 2:36
OZARKS - Brittanie Gragg (Rebecca Peterson) 15:34
OZARKS - Chloe Peacock (Falon Hanson) 42:29
OZARKS - Brittanie Gragg (Makayla Davis) 78:40

The Eagles answered with two first half goals after trailing early on. Ozarks then shutout Williams Baptist in the second half.

Kiara Henry, Rebecca McCarron, Chance Koy, Micaela Winters, Georgia Warren, Breanna Aguilar, Rebecca Peterson, Christina Waddle, Makayla Davis, Falon Hanson, Amber Taylor

Chloe Peacock, Jordan Phillippi, Olivia Allard, Brittanie Gragg, Cristin Connor

QUOTABLE – Head Coach Natalie Dreyer
"It was a great team effort. This is a special group, a group that leaves everything on the field. It is a fun group to be a part of. I told the girls from the beginning to take it day by day. It is one of our goals to be undefeated at home this season. We can't become content. We have a very good Howard Payne team coming in and then Texas Dallas the following match."

The Eagles will host its first conference match of season September 14 against Howard Payne University.